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Alum Adrienne Jones Interviews Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg

Alum Adrienne Jones Interviews Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg

Alum Dr. Adrienne Jones (’15), Assistant Professor of Political Science at Morehouse College, interviewed presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg November 18th in Atlanta, Georgia. Watch…

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Ph.D. Candidate Alison Parks Receives Prestigious AAUW Fellowship

Ph.D. Candidate Alison Parks Receives Prestigious AAUW Fellowship

Ph.D. candidate Alison Parks was awarded the American Association of University Women (AAUW) American fellowship for the 2019-20 academic year. Parks’s project explores the queer…

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Read the Fall 2019 Edition of Homo Politicus

Read the Fall 2019 Edition of Homo Politicus

The Fall 2019 issue of the department newsletter Homo Politicus is now available! To download the newsletter, click here. You can also access the newsletter…

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Political Theory Workshop: Anne Norton, "The People, Steering: Theses on the Democratic Commons" Thursday, November 21st, 4:30PM

Political Theory Workshop: Anne Norton, “The People, Steering: Theses on the Democratic Commons” Thursday, November 21st, 4:30PM

Please join us for the next Political Theory Workshop on Thursday November 21st at 4.30pm.  Professor Anne Norton (UPenn) will present a paper entitled “The…

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Comparative Politics Workshop: Elisabeth Wood, "Ethics and Openness in Research with Human Participants" Tuesday, November 5, 6:30PM

Comparative Politics Workshop: Elisabeth Wood, “Ethics and Openness in Research with Human Participants” Tuesday, November 5, 6:30PM

Please join the Comparative Politics Workshop on Tuesday, November 5 from 6:30-8:30 pm. Elisabeth Wood (Yale) will be presenting a co-authored paper, “Ethics and Openness…

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Comparative Politics Workshop: Colleen Wood, “Who Belongs In ‘Our Common Home’: State Capacity, Social Policy, and Identity Formation in Kyrgyzstan" Tuesday, October 29, 6:30pm

Comparative Politics Workshop: Colleen Wood, “Who Belongs In ‘Our Common Home’: State Capacity, Social Policy, and Identity Formation in Kyrgyzstan” Tuesday, October 29, 6:30pm

Please join the Comparative Politics Workshop on Tuesday, October 29 from 6:30-8:30pm. Colleen Wood (Columbia University) will be presenting her paper, “Who Belongs In ‘Our…

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Comparative Politics Workshop: Sherrie Baver, "The Development of Environmental Democracy in Mexico and the Case of San José del Progreso" Tuesday, October 22, 6:30PM

Comparative Politics Workshop: Sherrie Baver, “The Development of Environmental Democracy in Mexico and the Case of San José del Progreso” Tuesday, October 22, 6:30PM

Please join the Comparative Politics Workshop on Tuesday, October 22 from 6:30-8:30pm. Sherrie Baver (City College, CUNY) will be presenting her paper, “The Development of…

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Political Theory Workshop: Alison Parks, "Becoming Queer, Becoming Suicidal: Pathological Entanglements and the Queer Subject" Thursday, October 17, 4:30-6:30

Political Theory Workshop: Alison Parks, “Becoming Queer, Becoming Suicidal: Pathological Entanglements and the Queer Subject” Thursday, October 17, 4:30-6:30

Please join us at the next political theory workshop on Thursday October 17th at 4.30pm. Our own Alison Parks (PhD Candidate), will present her paper entitled…

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Comparative Politics Workshop: Harry Blain, "The Evolution of Democratic Repression: War, Civil Liberties, and Local Politics in New York City," Wednesday, October 2, 4:15pm

Comparative Politics Workshop: Harry Blain, “The Evolution of Democratic Repression: War, Civil Liberties, and Local Politics in New York City,” Wednesday, October 2, 4:15pm

Please join the Comparative Politics Workshop on WEDNESDAY, October 2 from 4:15-6:15pm. Please note that, this time, we will not be meeting on Tuesday at…

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Comparative Politics Workshop: Jessica Mahlbacher, "The Ties That Bind: International Linkages and the Post-Colonial Hong Kong Democracy Movement," Wednesday, September 25, 4:15pm

Comparative Politics Workshop: Jessica Mahlbacher, “The Ties That Bind: International Linkages and the Post-Colonial Hong Kong Democracy Movement,” Wednesday, September 25, 4:15pm

Please join the Comparative Politics Workshop on Wednesday, September 25 from 4:15-6:15pm. (Please note that, this time, we will not be meeting on Tuesday at…

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